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haramrit

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what does the file extension .isz stand for. how can an image in this format be burned on the disk.
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A bit of google digging for you but I have no details.


UltraISO has something called an .ISZ type, apparently an extension on .ISO that allows compression and splitting of an archive. Is this a file format that ImgBurn can be made to/should support? Or is it proprietary in some way/requires licensing?
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where did the image come from and what is it an image of?
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Purpose of .isz:
This specification is intended to define an interoperable
ISO CD/DVD image storage and transfer format.

(Information from http://www.ezbsystem...sz/iszspec.txt)
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